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Angels Rising

Narrated by: Michael Newberry
Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

When 17-year-old Imorean Frayneson receives a scholarship to Gracepointe University in Norway, he’s a bit surprised: He didn’t even remember applying. 

When he arrives, he notices odd things: gates that lock at night, staff members who refuse to give straight answers, and most disturbing of all, a spectral creature that seems to be haunting him. 

Before long, Imorean finds himself caught up in a sinister plan - one created 17 years ago - that threatens to destroy the life he knew and expose the secret truth of who he really is. 

©2017 Harriet Carlton (P)2018 Harriet Carlton

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Great Mythological Story

Angels Rising is a coming of age story of Imorean Frayneson. There are alot of secrets in this first book and not alot of answers. I found the pacing to be a tad slow at points but overall the storyline flowed well. The world building was very descriptive anad I could easily visualize the scenes. The narrator did a good job bringing the story to life. I am looking forward to the next book to get more answers and see where the story goes next.

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An Interesting Story, Narration Lacking

The story itself is quite good. The plot and subplots are well written, characters nicely developed and descriptions excellent. It did take a bit to get to the suspenseful part but once it starts it'll keep you on the edge to the end. The narration was lacking for me. Michael Newberry has a nice voice and does very well with voices but I kept being distracted with his breathing and he also read at a too quick of pace, like he was trying to get through the story as quickly as possible. Despite this, I still enjoyed listening to this great story.

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.